starting pitcher for the White Sox mike clevinger made its Chicago home debut on Friday, and its walkout song selection raised an eyebrow or two.
Clevinger, who pitched six scoreless innings of one-hitter against the baltimore orioleshe came out of the bullpen before the game to Kanye West’s «Gold Digger,» according to the Chicago Tribune.
«Are you a music producer? Aren’t you? It’s fine. Well, if you have a baseball questionI’m here for you,» Clevinger said when asked about the song selection, according to the publication.
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In January, a woman named Olivia Finestead posted on her Instagram that she was the mother of Clevinger’s child and claimed that he had fathered two other children not hers. She posted a photo of marks on her body with words attached that claimed the injuries were «from when she threw a pregnant iPad at me» and «finally left when she strangled me.»
«Mike Clevinger, you really deserve hell. I’ve been quiet for almost a year and you continue to covertly abuse your baby,» he said, adding that the jug «dropped chewy saliva all over our baby.»
Major League Baseball investigated the claims and announced in March that Clevinger would not face any disciplinary action.
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«The Office of the Baseball Commissioner has completed its investigation into the allegations against Chicago White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger,» MLB said. «The comprehensive investigation included interviews of more than 15 people, in addition to Mr. Clevinger and the whistleblower, as well as a review of available documents, including thousands of electronic communications records. The Commissioner’s Office has closed this investigation and, Unless new information or evidence is received, the Commissioner’s Office will not discipline Mr. Clevinger in connection with these allegations.
«As part of his path forward, Mr. Clevinger has voluntarily agreed to submit to joint treatment board evaluations under collectively bargained policies, and to comply with any of the boards’ recommendations. MLB will continue to provide support services to Mr. Clevinger, his family and others involved in the investigation.»
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The White Sox lost their third straight game Friday despite Clevinger’s quality start as he chicago bullpen he allowed six runs in the last three innings.
«I don’t want to say we just beat ourselves,» Clevinger said, «but it seems like every game we feel like we beat ourselves.»
The White Sox fell to 5-9 with the loss.
Ryan Gaydos of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.